(Closed) Zeno Heat Treat?

posted 8 years ago in Beauty
Post # 4
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767 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: August 2011

I haven’t used one, but someone recommended it about a month ago when I asked for acne management strategies. Here’s the old thread:

Acne management strategies? Advice, please!

I’d be interested to hear if you like it. My skin has been clearing up a little bit with my new routine, but I still have a ways to go for clear skin.

Post # 5
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81 posts
Worker bee
  • Wedding: March 2011

I’ve never used one, but if you put a little cortisone cream on the pimples, it helps some, for what its worth! You can buy it over the counter, and it’s especially good for those icky buried ones! 

Post # 6
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Newbee

I haven’t used the Heat Treat, but I do have a Zeno Mini.  I have used it on those deep-under-the-skin pimples, and it does seem to make them come to the surface of the skin a lot faster than they otherwise would (usually overnight or in a day, rather than three days)… However, it also seems to cause worse skin discoloration than the spots I don’t use it on, so I don’t always use it for that reason..

Post # 7
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: December 1969

i didn’t know they had come out with a new one.  i still have the zeno hotspot:

http://www.myzeno.com/hotspot/introducing-hot-spot/

which sort of sucks. i mean, it works on those itty bitty pimples that you don’t really care about because you can cover them up with concealer. but when it comes to pimples that are under the skin and feel like nodules, the device doesn’t work AT ALL. and the worst part is that the hotspot is limited useage. i like the fact that the heat treat is unlimited. but if the hotspot is any indication, and the fact that the heat treat doesn’t look much different, i dunno if it’ll work.

 

 

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